Adobe MAX Extras
One session could not hold all the accessibility goodness. Learn best practices for charts and graphs and how to write effective alt-text.
Join me as we walk through a real world example of how to create an accessible version of a table with advanced headings, footnotes, colored cells and other special conditions.
Check out this Automation Script for InDesign to check accessibility before exporting to PDF.
Ensuring your documents are accessible is not just a good idea: it’s the law. No matter what sector you work in — from government to legal, finance to health care, engineering to education — it’s critical that you understand how to make your documents accessible to people with visual impairments, mobility challenges, and other disabilities.
Dax Castro is an award-winning Adobe Certified PDF Trainer who has been working in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Industry for nearly two decades.
While leading and training international and regional teams, managing social media and collaborating on corporate branding and visioning, Dax focuses on creating time-saving methodologies that streamline workflows and allow the story to engage the reader. His motto: Change happens, so plan for it.
In addition to being a Certified Digital Accessibility Specialist, Dax is a member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) and an Adobe Community Professional (ACP) where he utilizes his extensive real-world experience in problem-solving to provide solutions for InDesign users who are simply at their wit’s end. Always energetic, Dax’s passion is contagious and keeps you on the edge of your seat for the entire presentation.